A DIY store wrecked by arsonists has re-opened for business following a major refurbishment.
The Glyn Webb store on Blackburn Road, Accrington, has undergone a £200,000 transformation after it was left severely damaged by the blaze last February.
The fire, which ripped through the roof, also cost the store an estimated £500,000 in damaged stock and lost trade.
But delighted staff are now celebrating the store's rise from the ashes.
And customers are set to benefit from a range of improvements, including fully automated doors, new signs, carpets and lighting.
It also boasts innovative tills and stations to help slash waiting time for customers.
Manager Ian Grenfell said: "We have introduced new stock lines and ranges to keep the Glyn Webb products exciting and interesting."
The blaze came just nine years after an electrical fire gutted the store, causing around £1M-worth of damage.
- A 10-year-old girl is due to appear at Burnley Crown Court on Monday charged with arson with intent to endanger lives.
She also faces a separate charge of arson at Barnes furniture store on Church Street and a third charge of criminal damage.